When Ndamukong Suh was fined a record $100000 for a low block earlier this year the message seemed clear: Run afoul of the league again and face a suspension.

Only he didn’t.

Suh was fined for a second time this season on Wednesday $31500 for striking Cleveland Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden with his helmet.

NFL vice president of operations Merton Hanks said Friday in a spot on “Total Access” on NFL Network that he wanted to get Suh’s attention with the fine but didn’t think the hit was worthy of larger punishment.